China cancels major Subsea Cable project following rising tensions

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China has canceled a vital subsea cable project after China’s two largest telecoms withdrew their 20% stake in a critical subsea cable project connecting Southeast Asia to Europe due to rising political tensions between China and other countries, as well as data privacy and cyber-security concerns.

The cancellation of the subsea cable project, which is in charge of transmitting internet data between continents, has sparked debate about the potential impact on the global communication network as well as the growing competition for control of the subsea cable infrastructure. The project is critical to China because it is responsible for maintaining a reliable and efficient communication network, which is essential for global communication and data transmission.

It is expected to have a significant impact on the technology industry because it was billed to provide businesses and consumers with faster and more reliable connectivity. It was also projected to increase competition among companies vying for control of the subsea cable market.

Correspondingly, the cancellation of the subsea cable project reveals the increasing tension between China and the rest of the world, as well as the impact it is having on the technology industry. Similar projects are likely to be canceled in the future as countries seek alternatives to Chinese technology.

Despite the uncertainties, there is an increasing demand for data and information, so competition for control of underwater cable systems is expected to intensify, making it critical to understand the dynamics of this battle.

The sources for this piece include an article in DataCenterKnowledge.

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